Southeast Missouri State University Press

Faulkner and Hemingway

Edited by Christopher Rieger and Andrew B. Leiter

Publication: October 2018
Pages: 290


Hemingway and Faulkner: Reflecting on a Rivalry

        Joseph Fruscione

Hemingway’s Nick and Faulkner’s Quentin: A More than Accidental Similarity

        Terrell Tebbetts

From Hemingway to Faulkner via Evans: “One Trip Across,” “Sepulture South,” and the Visual Aesthetics of Writing

        Yuko Yamamoto

Authorial Irresponsibility: Hemingway’s “The Battler” and Faulkner’s “Barn Burning”

        Michael Wainwright

Faulkner’s Shadow: Hollywood, Hemingway, and Pylon

        Carl Rollyson

Rotten Logs and Mud Holes: Bildungsroman, Sex, and the Other in Faulkner and Hemingway

        Andrew B. Leiter

“He could do so much more”: Hemingway and Faulkner’s Androcentric Treatment of Gynocentric Trauma

        Eden Wales Freedman

“Mississippi on the Potomac”: Sutpen’s Hundred as Washington, D.C.

        Barry Hudek

Courage and Verbena, Sartoris and Macomber

        C.D. Albin

Absurdity and Grace Under Pressure: Faulkner and Hemingway as Progenitors of Ellison’s Invisible Man and Himes’s A Rage in Harlem

        Pennie Pflueger

“A Damned Big Book”: Ken Kesey’s Sometimes a Great Notion as Faulkner-Hemingway Synthesis

        Matthew D. Sutton

Faulkner’s Mink Snopes, Material Places, and “The Material Turn”

        Han Qiqun

“Like Nurse Shark”: The Racial Economy in Hemingway’s To Have and Have Not

        Rachel Betts

Cultivating Curses: Plants and African American Folklore in The Sound and the Fury

        Renee Mattos

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